Argentina’s financial markets welcomed Javier Milei’s victory in the presidential election last Sunday and, in particular, signs that he will pursue a form of shock therapy stripped of some of more radical elements. But while Milei’s proposals do get to the core of Argentina’s economic problems, there are enormous political and economic challenges to overcome to restore a semblance of economic stability. And these hurdles could quickly dent investors’ optimism.
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